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HSpiceLab

version 4.0.0 (262 KB) by Mohammad Abu Raihan Miah
Read and save data from HSPICE generated output files (ASCII formatted)

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Updated 24 Nov 2021

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HSpiceLab

MATLAB toolbox to read HSPICE generated and ASCII formatted .tr#/.sw#/.ac# output files.

It is compatible with any POST_VERSION format.
For a note, ASCII formatted file can be created using .OPTION post=2 in the .sp file.

read_hspice_tr_sw_ac.m

This function reads a ASCII formatted HSPICE output file (.option post=2) 'filename.tr#' or 'filename.sw#' or 'filename.ac#' and saves all the signals in the variable 'simulation_result' as a structure.

Description of the input/output:

Input: filename = name of the ASCII formatted HSpice output file (.tr#/.ac#/.sw#) Output: simulation_result = a structure (2 fields) that contains the contents from the HSPICE file.
      simulation_result(#).var_name=name of the signals present in the file (in the same order as the file).
      simulation_result(#).val=a vector contains the values of the signal with the name simulation_result(#).var_nam

.tr#/.sw# files:

.tr# and .sw# files are generated for transient (.TRAN) analysis and DC (.DC) analysis respectively. Signal names are saved as it is.

.ac# files:

.ac# files are generated for AC (.AC) analysis. Signal names are saved in the following manner:
      node voltages and branch/element currents = .var_name_real and .var_name_imag for real and imaginary values of the signal.
      MmN(xx)[Mm=V/Im,N=M,R,I,P,DB,T,xx=node/element] = signal names are saved as it is.

Examples:

An example for each output file type is shown in the 'Examples' folder to demonstrate the usage of function. Explanation and usage of each file is documented in the Details.

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Cite As

Mohammad Abu Raihan Miah (2021). HSpiceLab (https://github.com/raihanm90/HSpiceLab/releases/tag/v4.0.0), GitHub. Retrieved .

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2021b
Compatible with any release
Platform Compatibility
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